Chelsey Norris noted in their Saves the Day live review that the band mentioned they’d be touring with Joyce Manor this summer:
One positive bit of news that came out of this experience – Conley says that fans will not have to wait as long to hear new music from the band this time around. “We’ll keep writing,” he told me. “I think we’ll probably have a new album out next year.”
He also let it slip that they’ll be going on tour with Joyce Manor this summer, so look for that announcement soon.
Saves the Day have shared a video for “Side by Side.”
Geoff Rickly of Thursday has launched a new podcast called “Dark Blue” talking about “mental health in the arts.” The first three episodes are now up and include Saves the Day’s Chris Conley and Pictureplane.
Saves the Day have released their new song “Rendezvous” and announced new tour dates. The full press release can be found below.
Saves the Day’s new album, 9, will be released on October 26th according to listings appearing in Apple Music. The first single “Rendezvous” is up on international versions of the streaming platform.
Over the weekend Anthony and Jack from Bayside, Arun from Saves the Day, Damon from Hey Mercedes, and Tobe from Street Dogs all got together to perform a tribute set for The Smiths. Some videos from the performance can be found below via No Country For New Nashville.
Two Tongues will release their new album, Two, on October 14th. The first single, “Azalea,” is up on Apple Music and Spotify.
Two Tongues will be heading out on their first tour later this year. Dates, and a teaser video, can be found below.
One of my favorite things about the forums is watching talented and motivated people come together to make awesome things. Today I’m excited to feature the latest in the “member compilation” series that has been taking shape in our music forum — a tribute to Saves the Day. Below you’ll find a stream of the 12-track cover album dedicated to the band.
Coheed and Cambria and Saves the Day have announced a tour together. You’ll find the dates below.
Two Tongues are mostly done with bass and drums for their new album.